I wanted a place where we could get advice and support.
This thread has picked up again.Lots of people saying nice things about you, which can't be bad.
You appear to be a providing something here that people need.
I'm pretty good. (I have a bad knee, but time should fix that)
The forum is a good place for - well all sorts of things. But you can get the unwanted attention of the troll.
SOLB, ice cream helps everything (except for brain freeze).
I like the phrase "the aggregation of marginal gains" which they use in cycling about doing the little 1% things to hopefully make up 5 or 10% difference. I often think life is like that!
As for social niceties...down with them I say! Seriously though, it's good you feel that you can be unhibited on this forum.
I'm pretty sure that if it's a little thing that improves your mood then it's a marginal gain, if there's lots of then it's an aggregation! Little things pleases little minds!
As for expanding waistlines...meah, I prefer a bit of Buddhist acceptance
Hi SOLB, this is my first time to get involved on a forum so please accept my best wishes on your love of running as a way of helping you through life. Last august i had an accident and recieved a fractured skull and minor brain damage,but my love of running has been a huge help in my recovery.However after running the cardiff half marathon in 1hour 28 mins,i have since found it hard to get motivated again.Listening to your positive coments has now helped this 58 year old to grt back to a more positive frame of mind, good luck for the future.
Hi solb, thank you for your quick reply. I may sound a single minded in what i want to do which is just get as fit as a 58 year old can, but with help off people like you who knows what can happen.To be completly honest i just want to try and be fit and healthy to help my family who have helped me get back into somthing i enjoy.Every day i run is a bonus - in a race or just a training run arround the area i love to train,but most important to help me keep healthy.
once again thank you
Went for the first run of the solb get into a routine 7 day series ... great to be out there though my unfit lungs didn't enjoy it so much
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